Hayley Spitler Biography
Hayley Spitler is an American journalist presently working as the WEAU 13 and Fox 25 48 reporters and anchors. In 2019, she joined the team at WEAU. Spitler was promoted to anchor of First News at Nine and made the move north. To Eau Claire to work out of the main newsroom in November of 2020.
Hayley Spitler Age
Hayley Spitler was raised in Chicago however she has not shared any information about her exact age, date, day, month, and year of birth to the media.
Hayley Spitler Height
She stands at the height of approximately 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m).
Hayley Spitler Family
Spitler was raised in Chicago, although she has not shared any detail regarding her parents and siblings in the limelight.
Hayley Spitler Husband
Spitler is so secretive when it comes to personal matters. Hence there is no information about her marital status.
Hayley Spitler Children
Spitler has not uttered any detail as to whether she has any kids.
Hayley Spitler Education
Spitler graduated from Loyola University Chicago in May of 2019 with a degree in multimedia journalism.
Hayley Spitler Salary
Spitler receives an annual salary of $62431, according to the WEAU anchor salary.
Hayley Spitler Net Worth
Spitler earns an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Hayley Spitler Career
Spitler was elevated to the anchor of First News at Nine in November 2020. And relocated to Eau Claire to work in the main newsroom. She was the executive producer of Rambler Sports Locker, a student-run sports show, during her time at Loyola.
Spitler had the opportunity to visit and cover the Ramblers’ 2018 Final Four run as a junior. She interned for both WTTW/ Chicago Tonight and NBC Sports Chicago while she was a student. Spitler is a die-hard Cubs fan who also supports the Bears.
WEAU-TV debuted on December 17, 1953, under the Central Broadcasting Company’s management. It has always been a principal NBC affiliate, however, it also broadcasted CBS, ABC, and DuMont programming at first. “Sheriff Bob” Dawson, hosted a children’s show on WEAU in the 1950s.
And the 1960s was one of the first well-known personalities on the station. The station began broadcasting from a tower on South Hastings Way in Eau Claire, directly beside the WEAU studios. At 1956, a new 1,000-foot (300-meter) tower was built in the same position.
At 44°39′50′′N 90°57′41′′W, a 2,000-foot (610-meter) tower, was built close to Fairchild in 1966.WEAU-DT, which formerly broadcast on channel 39, signed on with the digital transmitter. At the top of the Fairchild tower on April 30, 2002.
At 12:30 p.m., the station turned off its analog transmitter. 16th of February, 2009. WEAU’s digital signal was switched from channel 39 to channel 13 at about 1 p.m. By December 15, 2011, a replacement tower had been finished, and broadcasts.
On UHF channel 38 had resumed in late December. This tower collapsed on March 22, 2011, amid a severe winter storm that delivered a variety of bad weather conditions.